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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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Results show that 66 people out of 85 ones have flat foot that includes %77.
There is no significant difference in both groups of incontinence and continence urinary for severe flat foot (p = 0.
of navicular tuberosity, they will be considered as flat foot group.
Results showed that, there is no relationship between rate of damage to knee and ankle and height of foot's medial longitudinal arch [23], With regard to the point that, in this study no relationship was found between flat foot and stress urinary incontinence, but a significant association was seen in several studies between low back pain and feet abnormal position.
There was no significant difference between number of individuals with flat foot among two groups of stress urinary incontinence and urinary continence women.
To evaluate the effect of medical insoles on vertical component of ground reaction force (first peak, the second peak troughs) during walking in persons with flat foot, two-sample t-test was used for dependent and results are as follows.
The use of insoles in people with flat foot on ground reaction force (first peak, the second peak troughs) is not affected and only minor changes were observed in these areas.
These people have tremendous flat foot to the point that their ankle is involved," said Dr.
In these people, the extreme flat foot has injured the deltoid ligament, a strong, flat triangular ligament that is located on the inside of the ankle that provides support to prevent the ankle from over pronating.